Enrolling more than 17,000 students, West Chester University is the largest member of the 14-institution Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. Founded in 1871, WCU is a comprehensive public institution, offering a diverse range of more than 200 undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral programs in more than 50 fields of study.
This position will consult with staff, faculty, and students regarding complex matters that affect academic records and University Policies, assist in keeping the websites and publication materials up to date, and maintain student record files. Other duties include processing transfer credit appeal and permission forms, doing front desk and reception phone coverage, among others.
The ideal candidate will have three years of advanced clerical or para-professional work, knowledge of the basic principles and the respective standards of measurement applied within a management discipline, and the ability to perform detailed work involving written information by preparing reports of findings. Candidates should have customer service / student support experience and experience working in a fast-paced office environment.
Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology
This position will teach up to four undergraduate and/or graduate level courses per semester, engage in scholarly activities such as research, presentations, and publications, and mentor, advise, and supervise students.
The ideal candidate must have a Ph. D or Ed. D in Educational Psychology or related discipline, a record of academic scholarship, and teaching experience at K-12 and/or college level. Candidates should have specialization in approaches to educational psychology grounded in critical theory, critical pedagogy or transformative education.
This position will install and maintain Linux /Windows physical and virtual servers, configure and secure Apache/Nginx Web servers, and support the WCU Office365, Azure and AWS environments. Other duties include providing third level support for Help Desk tickets related to WCU systems and participating in the Information Services & Technology (IS&T) change management process.
The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science/IT, MIS, engineering, or related, or at least three years of experience in a systems or network administrator role. Candidates should have Windows/Linux, Virtualization experience and Authentication, Authorization, Identity Services experience.